Multi layer mezzanine floor is widely used in high warehouse, small goods, manual access, and access to a larger amount under the circumstances, from the minute use of space. Save the Treasury area. More particularly applicable to auto parts, electronics, light industry, clothing, and other enterprises of the products classified preservation.
Multi layer mezzanine floor comes in a great variety of configurations. Some mezzanines, including many free-standing mezzanines, are prefabricated for flexible, modular assembly, often for the sake of short term use. Still others are nothing more than a petite platform, used for tool storage.
Common multi layer mezzanine floor types include structural mezzanines, freestanding mezzanines, storage mezzanines, metal mezzanines, in-plant mezzanines, plant mezzanines, prefabricated mezzanines, modular mezzanines, office mezzanines, warehouse mezzanines, and perimeter mezzanines.
Structural mezzanines receive partial or full support from a permanent building. This is because they are usually built into a building at the same time that building is built. Manufacturers build structural mezzanines with the goal that they free up surface area for machinery and store surplus products and equipment.
Freestanding mezzanines, usually made from structural steel, stand independent of support. In contrast to structural mezzanines, freestanding mezzanines are usually added after the fact and perform fewer demanding tasks.
Storage mezzanines are used in factories and warehouses. There, they provide additional storage space for equipment or goods. They may be structural, or they may be freestanding. Regardless, manufacturers usually make them from steel or stainless steel.
Metal mezzanines are actually raised platforms; they have applications in stores, factories, warehouses, and in other industrial or commercial contexts, such as office spaces and storage spaces.
In-plant mezzanines are any mezzanine that is constructed inside a plant or building. Manufacturers usually ship in-plant mezzanines to their destination unassembled, and allow customers to put them together upon arrival.
Plant mezzanines simply serve as transitional floors in industrial plants.
Warehouse mezzanines are raised platforms that customers use to create extra ground floor or mezzanine floor space in warehouses.
Perimeter mezzanines are added to large buildings to create an observation deck where overseers can keep an eye on floor operations. They also provide an easy means of transportation from one end of a building to another.
200-1000 kgs/square meter
Layers of floor
2-3 layers,more layers also available
Every 50mm adjustable from bottom to top of uprights
Powder coating (different color acceptable) or hot dip galvanized on request